Bonjour Mes Amis!
You may have noticed that I love creating with vintage sheet music. I know that many of you do, too!
So today I wanted to share with you the glittered roses that I've been making out of vintage sheet music. Some of you might have seen my posts in the past about the roses, but thought I'd show them again for those of you who might not be familiar with them.
While they are quite the time consuming project, they are so much fun to make!
I've made all sizes, the largest ones are pictured here. The smaller you make them, the more tedious they are! I've used them to embellish everything from decorative tags, to Christmas decor, to candles.
The possibilities are endless!
Having fun with PicMonkey! (which I love, by the way!)
I even made a garland of them awhile back, which I think looks so pretty!
Here I've just displayed a few with some other loves of mine, a wonderfully tarnished vintage silver tray, and a mercury glass votive holder.
I did a tutorial a few years ago on making the roses. You can check it out here if you want to try creating some yourself! I've since modified the way that I create them, I guess it's one of those projects where there is no right or wrong way of doing it! If you do make some yourself, I'd love to hear about it!
Ok, here is a little sneak peek of a project that I just finished, using the roses. I'll share it with you next week!